Liam Gallagher's freebie for fans
Tuesday 09 November 2010
Liam Gallagher is to give away the first track from his new post-Oasis band, it was announced today.
The frontman has assembled Beady Eye from members of his former band, following the departure of his guitarist brother Noel who quit after years of feuding.
The new band has so far kept its material under wraps, but they gave fans a taster of their music this week with a snatch of one of their new tracks which featured on their newly-launched website.
And they are allowing fans to download the song Bring The Light from 10am tomorrow morning.
The album - featuring Gallagher and guitarist Gem Archer, bass player Andy Bell and drummer Chris Sharrock - was recorded over the summer in London. It will be released next year.
Bring The Light will be available at http://www.beadyeyemusic.com.
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